Ettore Squeegee All Purpose 16in
- The Original Brass Handle
- Perfect Weight and Balance
- Easily Attaches to Extension Poles
- Solid Tempered Brass
- Use a Channel with Clipped Rubber
The Ettore all purpose Squeege is part of the Original Squeegee Line.
Ettore's lightweight All-Purpose Squeegee is made out of high impact plastic handle, and is assemble with an aluminum channel and streak-free rubber blade. This entry level squeegee is particular great for spreading grout and mastic, smoothing window film and removing liquid from any smooth surface.
- All-Purpose squeegee; available in various sizes
- Aluminum Channel and streak free rubber blade for cleaning windows, mirrors, and shower doors
- High impact plastic handle; fits all REA-CH extension poles
- Economical Squeegee for everyday use around the house
Window Cleaners love Ettore Squeegees for cleaning glass and mirrors the Ettore Squeegee is the professionals choice for window cleaning.
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